Here is an older post that not too many people got to read. I really like what this one says, though. Please give it a read!

New Hope for Dry Bones

And though it’s always been with me
I must tear down the wall and let it be

All I am
And all that I was ever meant to be
In harmony

Shining true
And smiling back at all who wait to cross
There is no loss

By Kerry Livgren

I had an uncle named Herbert.  He was an uncle by marriage and was the husband of one of my Grandma’s twin sisters.  Grandma’s twin sisters lived in California for as long as I can remember.

Since they didn’t live right around the corner, their trips to visit us here in Missouri were kind of a treat.  I really enjoyed when Grandma’s sisters were both there.  It was fun to try and tell them apart.

They were identical twins.  I’ve always been amazed that two people can be so much alike.

But, this is about Herbert.

After I went to my…

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